The group of unsaturated organic dietary compounds containing retinol, retinal, and several carotenoids of provitamin A is vitamin A. It is essential for growth and development, for the maintenance of the immune system, and for good vision.

Vitamin A is a vitamin that is fat-soluble and is found in many foods. It is good for normal vision, immune system, and reproduction, vitamin A.

Benefits of vitamin A
  1. Vitamin A is good for eyesight.
  2. It also prevents night blindness.
  3. It helps to decrease the risk of certain cancer.
  4. It supports the Immune System as well.
  5. Help to reduce the acne threat.
  6. Support the borns to be healthy.
  7. It encourages the healthy growth of the body.

Sources of vitamin A
  1. Butter:
  2. Butter

    Butter is a dairy product made from the milk or cream components of fat and protein. At room temperature, it is a semi-solid emulsion that consists of about 80 percent butterfat. 14.2g of butter provides us with protein: 101.8 kcal (426 kJ), Carbs: 0.01 g, vitamin A: 12% of the daily value, and 11.5 g fat.

    Benefits of butter:
    1. Nutrients and beneficial compounds such as butyrate and conjugated linoleic acid are rich in butter.
    2. It decreased the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.
    3. Help to provide energy and provides good saturated fat.

  3. Carrots:
  4. Carrots

    It provides many nutrients and minerals. 100gm of carrot provides 104% of vitamin A of the daily value and also provides a high amount of carbs, protein, Calcium, Potassium.

    Benefits of carrot
    1. They are high in beta-carotene, which helps to keep your eyes safe.
    2. It helps shield your skin from the sun and prevents cataracts and other tissues in your eyes.
    3. It provides lutein which is healthy for your eyes as well.

  5. Sweet Potato:
  6. Sweet Potato
    Sweet Potato

    The sweet potato provides us a number of nutrients and minerals like Vitamin A, C, and d, Energy, Protein, Fat, and the minerals like Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, etc. Sometimes the young leaves and shoots are eaten as greens. 100gm of sweet potato provides 89% of vitamin A.

    Benefits of Sweet Potato
    1. It prevents Diabetes.
    2. Helps to reduce the risk of cancer.
    3. protect the body from heart diseases.
    4. Improve digestion.

  7. Spinach:
  8. Spinach

    Spinach is a leafy plant native to central and western Asia with green flowering. Caryophyllales, Amaranthaceae family, Chenopodioideae subfamily. Its leaves are a common edible vegetable consumed by canning, freezing, and dehydration either freshly or by the use of preservation techniques. It is a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin k, and other nutrients like carbs, fat, protein.

    Benefits of vitamin A
    1. It prevents us from cancer.
    2. Helps to reduce the blood sugar from the body.
    3. Helps to lose your body weight.
    4. It reduces high blood pressure.
    5. Helps to keep your body relaxed.

  9. Cantaloupe
  10. Cantaloupe

    A melon that is a variation of the muskmelon genus of the Cucurbitaceae family is the cantaloupe, seedless watermelon, sweet melon, or spanspek.f Cantaloupes vary from 0.5 to 5 kg in weight. 100gm of Cantaloupe provides 21% of vitamin A for the day.

    Benefits of Cantaloupe:
    1. It's low in carbohydrates. Cantaloupes are 90% water. It's about as juicy as a watermelon.
    2. This hydrates you for a long time.
    3. Helps you to lose bodyweight.
    4. This will help to combat illnesses. It has anti-inflammatory properties due to compounds called phytonutrients in cantaloupes.

  11. Lettuce:
  12. Lettuce

    It is a plant from a family daisy. It is grown as a leaf vegetable most often, but also because of its stem and seeds. For salads, lettuce is most frequently used, but it is also seen in other food styles, such as soups, sandwiches, and wraps; it can be grilled as well.

    It has a rich amount of Vitamin A and vitamin K. The other nutrients available in it are as follows:- Protein: 1.35 g, Carbs: 2.23 g, Sugar: 0.94, Fat: 0.22 g grams.

    Benefits of vitamin A
    1. It is a good source of vitamin C, iron, folate, and fiber.
    2. Lettuce is also a good source of various other bioactive compounds that are beneficial for health.
    3. Anti-inflammatory, cholesterol-lowering, and anti-diabetic enzymes related to bioactive compounds are present in lettuce

  13. Red Bell Peppers:
  14. Red Bell Peppers
    Red Bell Peppers

    The red peppers are filled with the most nutrition since they were the longest on the plant. Earlier, green peppers are picked until they can turn yellow, orange, and then red. Bell peppers, also called sweet peppers or capsicums, can be eaten either raw or fried.

    The other nutrients available in it are as follows:- vitamin A, B, C, E, and vitamin K and also have minerals like:- Calories: 31, Water:92%, Protein: 1 gram, Carbs: 6gm, Sugar: 4.2 grams, Fiber: 2.1 grams, Fat: 0.3 grams.

    Benefits of Red Bell Peppers
    1. Red, Orange, and Yellow Bell Peppers, filled with vitamins and low calories, are full of great health benefits.
    2. They are a great source of vitamin A, potassium, and vitamin C.
    3. Bell Peppers also contain fiber, folate, and iron in a balanced dose.

  15. Broccoli:
  16. Broccoli

    Broccoli is a green plant belonging to the family of cabbage. whose large blooming heads, tiny stalks, and related feedstock are consumed as a vegetable. They are usually consumed raw or fried. The source of vitamin A and Vitamin K is particularly rich in Broccoli.

    The other nutrients available in it are as follows:- Carbohydrates, fat, protein, vitamin A, B, C, E and K and also have minerals like- Calcium, Magnesium, sodium, Zink.

    Benefits of broccoli
    1. Broccoli is a healthy and high fiber carbon, which contributes to digestion.
    2. prevents from constipation
    3. It keeps blood glucose down and overfeeds.
    4. In addition, broccoli is perfect for losing weight, since it is high in fiber.

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